I am currently enrolled at NC State University as a freshman and right now am majoring in nuclear engineering. Lately, however, I have been having second thoughts about that decision. Prior to coming to NCSU, I had decided to major in physics because I have always been extremely interested in astronomy. After getting my acceptance letter from the college, I decided to change my major to nuclear engineering. This decision was mainly based on the fact that I was in a physics course in high school at the time and was not enjoying it at all. For a while I thought I had made the right decision, but now, as I think about the future, I don't really see myself enjoying a job in nuclear engineering. Basically, I'd like some input on whether I should change my major. I do want to do physics/astronomy more than nuclear engineering, but I have always heard that it is difficult to get a job after graduation with just a BS in physics. Nuclear engineering seems to be at the complete opposite side of the spectrum, with just about everyone that graduates from the department securing a job with a solid salary. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.